DBS named best APAC bank

DBS Bank has been named the best bank in the Asia-Pacific region, according to Global Finance magazine's World's Best Banks 2014 Awards. -BT

Actor-host Paul Foster hates using credit cards

Fans may be used to local actor-host Paul Foster spouting lines on TV, but few know that behind those good looks lies a savvy investor. -ST

More buzz for future Jurong tenders

Developers are expected to take a keener interest in future state land tenders in Jurong Lake District - whether for residential, commercial or hotel projects. -BT

Lump-sum CPF withdrawal, lease buyback change hailed

Observers glad for options for accessing CPF funds, but warn against blowing away retirement kitty. -BT

PM Lee's call for culture shift lauded by employers, unions

Singapore needs a culture shift that allows workers to advance regardless of whether they hold a university degree, PM Lee said. -BT

Tips on paying for your first home

Plan carefully, make adequate provisions for what is likely to be your biggest purchase. -ST

OCBC raises the bar with a huge sweetener

"OCBC is shoring up its core equity capital and ensuring that its reserves are in place." -My Paper

Work any time from any place to meet set goals

Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim made headlines recently with his unusual call for firms to adopt a three-day work week. -ST

New & improved

Almost everything but the outer shell of this home was altered in order to make the most of its space. -Home & Decor

HDB rentals to stay soft due to fewer tenants

Lean times are here to stay for Housing Board landlords, with rentals likely to stay depressed for the rest of the year. -My Paper

He is 20, going on millions

When you are 20 years old, you usually depend on your parents to pay your university fees and give you pocket money. -My Paper

Straight from the heart

BT Weekend talks to local designers who are putting their ideas on Singapore life and culture into their designs. -BT

Candy Crush maker King acquires Singapore games studio for up to $125m

This is the first time a local games company is acquired by a foreign giant. -ST

Play everywhere in Spotify's brand new Singapore office

Music lovers in Singapore will have plenty of reason to get up and dance with the recent opening of Spotify's new shophouse office at Boat Quay. -AsiaOne

Singapore brands going global

One company had their big break when swine and bird flu made Singapore's food products the safest choice. -TNP

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How hard disk drive sector lost its mojo

A small nation with no natural resources seeking compatible new industries for a long-term relationship and a cutting-edge technology looking for hard-working, reliable partners to help it take the next step forward. -ST